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The Canadian Nuclear Association
- The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) is a non-profit organization established in 1960 to represent the nuclear industry in Canada and promote the development and growth of nuclear technologies for peaceful purposes.
- CNA joined Equal by 30 on July 9, 2018.
- CNA is based out of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
- Learn more about the CNA.
CNA has a pay equity plan and has reached overall gender balance in its staffing. CNA has flexible working hours and working-from-home arrangements that help to support family-related responsibilities.
In addition, CNA is prepared to make the following commitments, bearing in mind that CNA cannot undertake commitments that are within the sole responsibility and control of its members:
- Encourage CNA member companies not currently signatories to the "Equal by 30" campaign to consider signing up to it;
- Encourage CNA member companies that are signatories to "Equal by 30" to aim for at least 30% representation of women by 2030 in company positions in which women are currently under-represented;
- Encourage CNA members to identify qualified women candidates for election to the CNA Board, with the aim of reaching 30% representation of women on the CNA Board by 2030;
- Encourage the CNA Board to nominate a senior leader to support initiatives towards a gender-diverse work environment in the nuclear sector;
- Undertake to promote "Equal by 30" and its principles, including facilitating the exchange of best practices and knowledge-sharing where possible within the nuclear sector; and
- Continue CNA's active support of Women in Nuclear (WiN) Canada.